The absorption oscillator strength of the xenon 147-nm resonance transition is measured to be 0.264±0.016. This value is from direct absorption measurements with equivalent widths from ≈ 1 to ≈ 10 cm-1. This ƒ-value measurement is compared to others in the literature and is used in Monte Carlo simulations of trapped decay rates. The simulations include an angle-dependent partial frequency redistribution. The simulation results are compared to trapped decay rates in the literature.
Original Publication Citation
H. M. Anderson, S. D. Bergeson, D. A. Doughty, and J. E. Lawler. Xenon 147-nm resonance f-value and trapped decay-rates. Phys. Rev. A 51 (1), 211-217 (1995).
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Anderson, H. M.; Bergeson, Scott D.; Doughty, D. A.; and Lawler, J. E., "Xenon 147-nm Resonance ƒ value and Trapped Decay Rates" (1995). Faculty Publications. 1828.
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© 1995 American Physical Society. This article is the Version of Record published by the American Physical Society in Physical Review A in 1995, available online at https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevA.51.211
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